Nov 15, 2018
We're opening Pandora's Box with great Celtic music from The
Flying Toads, Warbelow Range, Matt & Shannon Heaton, Dylan
Foley, Ed Miller, Raglan, Abby Green, Event Horizon, Spencer &
Beane, The Stubby Shillelaghs, Bill Grogan's Goat, Damanta, House
of Hamill, Julia Lane.
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0:03 "The Miller's Maggot" by The Flying Toads from Warts 'n All
4:48 "Luca at the Beehive / The Moving Clouds / Splendid Isolation / Dinny O'Brien's" by Warbelow Range from Warbelow Range
10:12 "Botany Bay" by Matt & Shannon Heaton from Lover's Well
14:39 "De Dannan's / O'malley's March / Conway's" by Dylan Foley from Deliriously Happy
19:27 "Leezie Lindsay" by Ed Miller from Follow the Music
24:30 CELTIC FEEDBACK
27:09 "The Far Rocks of Sheetrim" by Raglan from A New Dawn
31:22 "Seoithin Seo Ho" by Abby Green from Why Should I?
37:42 "Orion Nebula" by Event Horizon from Event Horizon
41:51 "My Lagan Love" by Spencer & Beane from Amhrain Saoil
45:58 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
48:49 "Salonika" by The Stubby Shillelaghs from The Great War
51:44 "Raggle Taggle Gypsy" by Bill Grogan's Goat from Third Eye
55:53 "The Fall Song" by Damanta from The Drunken Priest and the ghostly hymns of autumn
59:29 "Pandora's Box" by House of Hamill from March Through Storms
1:05:15 "Something to Come Home to" by Julia Lane from Song of the Sea
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Before get started with the news, I wanted to let you know that next week will be a rough time for me. My oldest daughter is having a very big surgery. I'm hoping I will have shows completed for you. But I feel like the world is turned upside down right now. I hope you will bare with me through the next couple months.
I host two other podcasts. The Pub Songs Podcast which is currently replaying all of my albums. The other is Celtfather Music & Travel. It's a spoken word podcast where I share things from my adventures and thoughts that occur. Every now and then, it's highly Celtic-related. I did a recent episode on my Celtic Invasion of Oban Scotland in 2010. And most recently, I published a thought-provoking response to a recent episode by Seth Godin on "Anthems, Pledges and Change". I feel like it was a really interesting podcast and it is related to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast as well as my music. Give it a listen.
Christmas is just around the corner. I am pleased to announce the first Celtic Christmas Podcast episode of the year is now online. You can subscribe at CelticChristmasPodcast.com/about/
To celebrate the holiday, I have a new Christmas Music Special that is now available. You'll get 2 Celtic Christmas CDs, Celtic Heartstring Christmas ornament and a podcast shirt for one incredibly low price. Follow the link in the shownotes at BestCelticMusic.net/shop for details.
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Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through it's culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos.
2019 is the Celtic Invasion of Star Wars. 2020 is the Origins of Celtic Invasions. You can find out more about these two exciting trips. Join the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/
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Jerry Murphy emailed back in May: "Hello Marc, Yes, I downloaded and have very much enjoyed listening to the lot. I also have shared it with my executor, named Riley, for his enjoyment. He is also a professional musician! I wish you well, as I do any of my ancestral countrymen (both Scottish and Northern Irish). But I am a completely disabled veteran, with very limited means. Slainte!"
Arika Lycan emailed from from Ypsilanti (ips-ill-an-tee) MI: " Good morning! I’m driving back home to visit my parents in Columbus Ohio, To pass the time with my mom while my dad has hip replacement surgery. I’m sure I’ll pop in my earbuds and listen to the rest of this episode which will keep me in good spirits. Maybe I’ll even share an ear bud with my mom :-) Safe travels in Scotland!"
Connor Hibbs emailed: "Hi Mark! Just re-listening to episode 360 while sitting and editing photos (That's what I do for a living) Hoping to get a job out before the day gets too warm so I can also spend some time landscaping my back yard. Just wanted to write to tell you I love your show and give a suggestion! I'm not sure how you edit the show together, but it would be great to have chapters embedded into the feed so I could skip back to the beginning of songs I really love.
I totally realize that my suggestion would create a little more work for you overall in what is already without a doubt a labor intense process, and am definitely not saying that I would ever stop listening even if you choose not to go that route. Just wanted to provide a friendly suggestion for a feature from someone who really adores the show and feels that others might enjoy having something like that included! Sláinte!"